Complete Pen Tests Consider More Than One Angle

Penetration testing is more than just generating a long list of items that need to be remediated or addressed in your environment. CISOSHARE conducts thorough and customized pen tests based on an understanding of your environment's unique configuration. All pen test reports and recommendations are generated with remediation the impact of these changes on your business.

Steps to Penetration Testing

Step 1


We begin with a discovery phase to gather information about available systems on your network and how they’re configured.

Step 2

Vulnerability Assessment

Our comprehensive assessment will identify misconfigured systems, outdated software, and other vulnerabilities that could be leveraged to compromise a system or your network.

Step 3


Vulnerabilities are reviewed and tested by our experts to determine if they can be exploited to gain unauthorized access, extract data, or move throughout the network.

Step 4

Risk Determination

An assessment of each verified vulnerability is performed to determine the likelihood of compromise and the potential impact on the organization.

Step 5

Reporting and Recommendations

An executive summary and findings database will document the environment’s security posture along with supporting evidence to drive both the strategic and tactical decision-making processes.

Step 6


Recommendations in our report support your business, IT, and security stakeholders to define a phased remediation approach based on risk to your company.

Find the Right Pen Testing Services

Effective penetration testing identifies weaknesses in your network and security programs while fulfilling certain regulatory requirements. Pen tests can be used to validate automated vulnerability systems, as well as test both your network and physical security. Whether your organization wants a pen test for the sake of compliance, best practices, or just want to better understand the state of your environment, CISOSHARE has the penetration testing services that you need.

External Pen Testing

Our team conducts a comprehensive review of vulnerabilities that could be exploited without credentials, such as port scanning, service probing, exploit research, and IDS/IPS system testing.

Internal Pen Testing

We test weaknesses that can be accessed from within your network security, such as system fingerprinting, firewall and access control, administrator privilege escalation, and configurations.

Web Application Testing

We evaluate the security of your web application for input validation attacks, cross-site scripting attacks, SQL injections, cookie theft, database vulnerabilities, and other common online attack methods.

Wireless Pen Testing

Our team mixes black box and white box testing with a site survey and map of the wireless infrastructure. We'll complete signal leakage testing, device discovery, physical device inspections, and other wireless-related protocol tests.

Social Engineering Testing

Our team will attempt to manipulate your employees into allowing unauthorized access to confidential information, including tactics like authority disguises, employee impersonation, USB drops, phishing, and other common methods.

Pen Test Reporting

The results of each aspect of our pen test activities provides an executive summary, findings, data, and findings report to give your organization the information to make the best decision to move forward.

Join the growing number of organizations actively testing their security

To help prevent a breach from impacting your ability to keep your business running without interruptions, contact us today.

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"We were trying to understand the best structure for establishing a security program that supported all the highly differentiated businesses within our corporate family. Their roadmap and accompanying work provided a foundation that helped us set priorities for the program in place today."

Jeff Hecht

Chief Compliance & Security Officer

The Word & Brown Companies


Understand the Weaknesses in Your Security Environment

Educate Your Employees

Test employee security practices through social engineering tests such as physical security, phishing emails, and other commonly used tactics.

Identify Vulnerabilities

Identify and understand the vulnerabilities within both internal and externally-facing networks and services.

Remediate Quickly

Security experts help you properly configure your endpoints, wireless access points, and other network devices to limit vulnerabilities for exploit.

Regulatory Compliance

Conduct annual or other regularly scheduled pen tests to comply with HIPAA, PCI, and other regulatory requirements with actionable results and information.